Carnegie Mellon University Receives $6 Million Government Grant

Agency - Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency

The Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) tech team headed by CMU's engineering professor Franz Franchetti receives a state grant valued at $6 million.


The state grant's aim is to develop secure software and sensors to safeguard computer systems on emasculated ground and high end user vehicles from cyberattack. The funding comes from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.




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